Project Summary:

   Standard Model of particle physics, based on the gauge field theory, has great success in describing the phenomenology of electroweak interactions. Although comprehensive electroweak precision tests confirm that the Standard Model is an excellent theory, there are several observational indications, phenomenological and theoretical puzzles understanding and resolution of which requires extensions of the Standard Model.
   The aim of this Project is to address these problems and find new ways for their simultaneous understanding. We plan to provide self-consistent constructions which could shed more light on outstanding issues in the modern particle physics and cosmology. Special attention will be paid to predictions, phenomenological, cosmological and astrophysical implications which could be tested by ongoing and forthcoming experiments, in particular at Large Hadron Collider.